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  • 1. “ People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals” BY: Stevie and Pat
  • 2. The Objective of this presentation is to educate students about the interest group PETA.
  • 3. History of PETA
    • Founded in 1980 in Norfolk Virginia
    • “ Dedicated to establishing and defending rights of all animals.”
    • The largest animal rights organization today.
  • 4. How PETA Began
    • Alex Pacheco investigated Institute for Biological Research in Silver Spring, Maryland
    • Pacheco went to the police and began a 10 year battle about the abuse of the animals.
  • 5. More Beginnings
    • PETA, founded by Alex Pacheco, help create the Animal Welfare Act of 1985
  • 6. Present Day PETA
    • Ingrid Newkirk is the president of PETA.
  • 7.
    • Mission Statement: “Animals are not ours to eat, wear, experiment on, or use for entertainment“
    • Currently 1.8 million members and supporters
    • 187 employees
    • Raises over $25 million dollars a year from supporters
    More About PETA
  • 8.
    • PETA focuses its attention on the four areas in which the largest numbers of animals suffer the most intensity for the longest periods of time.
    • Factory Farms
    • Laboratories
    • Clothing Trade
    • Entertainment Industry
    What PETA focuses on
  • 9. Korean Dog Fur Farm
  • 10.  
  • 11. Political
    • PETA insists that they do not support or go against either of the parties or candidates. They believe that PETA is a group for everybody and not specific people.
  • 12. Budget
    • In 2007 PETA’s total revenue was over 31 million dollars!
    • 84.99% of the operating expenses went to programs that fight animal exploitations.
    • 10.83% of the money was used on fundraising efforts.
    • 4.18% was used on management and general operations.
  • 13.
    • PETA has used celebrities for most of their campaigns in order to get attention.
    • They are know for using very controversial campaigns that are in places that many people see.
    Campaigns
  • 14. “I’d rather go NAKED!”
  • 15.  
  • 16. Ink Not Mink
  • 17.  
  • 18. THE END

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